Meet Jo Whitton – an amazing wholefoods cook, an author and a recipe developer. But she’s also one of the nicest, most caring, most giving and generous people in the Australian wellness industry. She was also one of the very first guests on my podcast (episode 9 to be exact), back in 2016 when it… Continue reading STNH 41: Jo Whitton – Simple, Healing Food
Jo Whitton, also knows as the founder of Quirky Cooking, joins us again to discuss a number of important topics. Jo’s son Isaac spoke at The Wellness Summit back in 2015 and all these years later, he’s health-conscious and living independently. On this episode Jo talks about the importance of patience, the long game, and… Continue reading 100NO 470: Jo Whitton on raising healthy children, her new book & flood relief!
DONE IS BETTER THAN PERFECT! This episode is all about letting go of perfectionism and just jumping in and giving it a go… whether ‘it’ is cooking, starting a new project, business tasks you’ve been putting off, exercising, or anything else in life that is making you feel overwhelmed and ‘stuck’! I have a bit… Continue reading QCC 158: Spicy Cabbage Rolls + Done is Better Than Perfect!
When and how do you know if you should do GAPS and do you even need to do it at all? Today I am joined by Elyse Comerford, an Integrative Nutritionist and Certified GAPS (Gut & Psychology/Physiology Syndrome) Practitioner, Holistic Health Coach, Exercise Scientist, Keynote Speaker, Mentor, and most importantly, Mum to Dylan! Elyse says:… Continue reading PAP 88: Should You Do GAPS? With Elyse Comerford
Welcome to the first episode of “Quirky Cooking Chats”! 2020 has been a year of changes, and as Jo nestled in to her home during lockdown and shared her everyday cooking via videos on social media, she found that her listeners were excited to have practical help with cooking for good health – not just… Continue reading QCC 156: Meat Stocks & Bone Broths – How & Why
Lucie McCullough, international interior designer and building biologist, aims to show the world that it IS possible to have beautifully designed homes that are also healthy sanctuaries from the world! In part 2 of “Designing a Healthy Home,” Lucie discusses questions that arise when we consider the bombardment of toxins in our homes and the… Continue reading AQJ 153: Designing a Healthy Home, with Building Biologist & Interior Designer Lucie McCullough – Part 2
In the next two episodes of A Quirky Journey, Jo Whitton and Elyse Comerford interview Lucie McCullough, a successful, international interior designer who ‘developed an environmental and health conscience’ and altered her career to become a building biologist specialising in creating beautiful homes that are sanctuaries from the world. Her ideal of ‘living in nature,… Continue reading AQJ 152: Designing a Healthy Home, with Building Biologist & Interior Designer Lucie McCullough – Part 1
In our first episode for 2020, we (Jo and Fouad) chat about how we are working to begin the year with positivity, in the midst of a national crisis and all the stress that involves. In Australia, we are struggling to cope with high temperatures and drought in many parts of the country, which have… Continue reading AQJ 151: Finding Positivity in the Midst of Crisis
Many people struggle with histamine reactions and have been diagnosed with Histamine Intolerance or Mast Cell Activation Syndrome, and have had to limit their diet to reduce reactions. What do these terms mean? What are the symptoms and causes? And what can you do to heal from these issues? In this interview, Elyse Comerford (nutritionist,… Continue reading AQJ 144: Understanding Histamine Intolerance
As kids get older and become more independent, they sometimes begin to move away from the healthy foods they’ve been raised on. Hanging out with friends, getting their license and first car, going off to work or uni, going to parties and places where the food is far from ideal… Parents often feel stressed about… Continue reading AQJ 142: Helping Teens to Eat Well, with Dr Damian Kristof & Jo Whitton